MXF file from an xdcam disc. This was then rewrapped into Quicktime with: ffmpeg -report -i /Volumes/XDCAM8004602012511C8/Clip/979_0611_01.MXF -map 0:v -an -c copy 979_0611_01.mov. The resulting file provide an error when opened in Final Cut Pro. Topics: mxf, mov, xdcam, ffmpeg
various historical ffmpeg (and sometimes ffprobe) binary compiles we've used at Internet Archive. If you'd like to see how we compile our ffmpeg and/or do video deriving at archive.org, please see this code repository https://github.com/traceypooh/deriver-archive These are all static binary 64-bit unix compiles, where all of them were compiled w/ custom config options (see above) on various versions of the Ubuntu OS we use. Topics: ffmpeg, code, deriving, video, audio
Summary: A newscast from Talk Geek to Me Series: Talk Geek to me News Source: http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=0970 TGTM Newscast for 2012/4/15 From http://www.talkgeektome.us/tgtmnews-67.html Here is a news review: US Policy Increasingly Out of Touch with Latin America’s New Political Reality Banks Fight Credit Unions over 5% of Small Business Loan Market Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker Privately Signs Anti-Abortion, Sex Ed Laws Vermont Yankee: A Nuclear Battle Over States’ Rights... Topics: newscast, TGTM, ffmpeg, winff, i2c, SPI
Summary: Using ffmpeg to convert videos Source: http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=0968 Hello Hacker Public Radio BrocktonBob here with my tutorial on how I use FFMPEG to convert videos to any format I like. FFMPEG is a terminal program used in Linux, but Windows and Mac users can use WINFF which is the gui frontend for FFMPEG. FFMPEG is more powerful than WINFF because you have more control when you use the terminal than a gui. Below are the examples I used in this podcast. I hope you... Topics: video, conversion, ffmpeg, winff, i2c, SPI
some fun with new ffmpeg filtergraph features. I had wanted to make a fully lit (eg: sunny) video be more like a dimly lit and blurry video -- using just filtergraph time shifts and blends. My plan/hope was to make areas of motion blur, and make areas that remained the same seem untouched. it worked! 8-) Original source was a shot of WWDC 2013 taken by Hunter Lee Brown. Script/source code is below. The gist of the code is to fidget the source to 10 seconds in, slightly smaller, and rotated 90... Topics: ffmpeg, filtergraph, filterchain, blur, experimental video
This animation is from a simulation of a uniform density torus rolling on a smooth flat surface without slip. The model parameters are: g = 9.81 m/s^2 r1 = 0.594 m r2 = 0.055 m Initial conditions can be specified with eight quantities: x0 = [yaw, lean, spin, x, y, lean rate, yaw rate (about axis in plane of torus, perpendicular to direction of heading), spin rate]. All angles are in radians, distances in meters. Initial conditions for torus_hq.ogv: x0 = [pi/4.0, 0.1, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.1, 1.5,... Topics: torus, animation, GSL, PyDY, OpenGL, ffmpeg
Summary: How to make copies of programs from TiVo for long-term use Source: http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=1013 kmttg, which I use to download from TiVo, can be found at: http://code.google.com/p/kmttg/ The Java Runtime Environment should be in your distro's repositories, but you can also get it at: http://java.com/en/download/index.jsp tivodecode is available at the kmttg site as above. curl, mencoder, and ffmpeg should all be found in your distro's repositories. Handbrake can be... Topics: TiVo, kmttg, tivodecode, curl, mencoder, ffmpeg, Handbrake, Comskip, AtomicParsley, kdenlive
Summary: How to get the total duration of a lot of media files. Series: Bash Scripting Source: http://hackerpublicradio.org/eps.php?id=1952 In the show " hpr1943 :: HPR AudioBook Club 11.5 - Interview with David Collins-Rivera " pokey asked if there was a way to get the duration for media. The following three options springs to mind immediately. The first option is fix_tags and was written by our own Dave Morriss . $ date --utc --date="@$(echo $(fix_tags *mp3 *ogg... Topics: fix_tags, ffprobe, ffmpeg, bc, sed, awk.grep, time, iso8601, date, mediainfo, xmlstarlet
A "Blurry Trip Down Market Street" in 1905 Source from Rick Prelinger's A Trip Down Market Street Before the Fire (1905) See my original test video for how this technique was done, using ffmpeg and filtergraph techniques. Topics: blur, experimental video, market st, san francisco, 1905, prelinger, ffmpeg, filtergraph
A processed recording of a bike ride. TITLE: Thomas Run DESCRIPTION: An exercise in routing. This project has a single sound source, that’s stripped, ripped, split, and recombined through a labyrinthine routing matrix. ARTIST: Franklyn Monk ALBUM: Dronecast TRACK: 39 GENRE: Soundscape, Field recording, Drone, Ambient YEAR: 2017 PUBLISHER: Quasigentsia TAGS: soundscape, sound design, experimental, routing, music, electronic, ambient, drone, field recording, bike, bicycle, ride, indie,... Topics: soundscape, sound design, experimental, routing, music, electronic, ambient, drone, field...
Franklyn Monk Dronecast #32: Raumo: z₀ Audio: REAPER Video: ffmpeg , with heavy postprocessing in ShotCut and iMovie Titles: inkscape , and no I'm not satisfied with them. I just had to stop, I had to stop. So I stopped with the promise that my next video will have better title/credit cards. 2016, from the Dronecast project. Episode link: http://fmonk.quasigentsia.com/archives/8278 Archive.org item: https://archive.org/details/FranklynMonkPodcast32 Youtube: ... Topics: ambient, waves, dronecast, 32, monk, franklyn monk, podcast, drone, experimental, music, ffmpeg,...
We give a big hug to the open source projects and developers weâre thankful for! We stand on the shoulders of giants every single day, and one episode out of the year we give thanks! Plus: Linux Mint 12 is released tune in to find out whatâs new, open source gaming got a massive shot in the arm this week, weâll give you the details, and biggest little Linux distribution in the world! And so much more! All this week on, The Linux Action Show! Topics: FLOSS, opensource, Mint, 12, Proxy, KNOPPIX, BackupPC, Samba, Squid, NGINX, FFMpeg, PuTTy, Wine,...